That's my experience as well.
I've owned many Glock 9mms, and shot many range brass reloads, and never had a problem not gauging when using the...
Well stocked here in Southeast MN. All my favorites plus plenty of primers.
1911's feel a little small in my hands, and I don't get a good, repeatable grip with GI style grips.
So my soul-less Gov't 'style' 9mm stainless...
Box that thing up, send it to the Army's procurement department with a note that reads 'this'.
Loaded some plated 357" revolver bullets in my 9mm last night. In a pinch I've used Super bullets in 357.
Loaded 50 rounds of 9x38.
Wanted to use up some .38 cal 125 grain Rainier plated FP that my revolver doesn't like, so I loaded them in 9mm brass....
I'm having fair results with Berry's 124 HBFP in my 9mm 1911. Rainier 125 plated RN, Speer 124 TMJ's and any quality JHP shoot better.
There is a...
In order to verify your statement, we will need pics and a range report.
I'm not recommending this, but here's an interesting solution.
I had that trouble with my first 9mm 1911, a Springer.
Part of the trouble is the reduced recoil spring weight for 9mm's. A 10# spring just...
Just curious, how do you run the auto powder drop with the Hornady expander?
Unless 327 brass is substantially thicker at the case mouth wouldn't that apply primarily to the sizing die?
The powder through die is the only...
Wouldn't the Dillon 32 H&R magnum conversion kit come with the right buttons,shell plate and expander?
Do you want to use the auto powder drop on...
Cool. Any idea of the age?
I would be tempted to work it up slowly as Bullseye for moderate pressure loads for 38 spl or 45 auto.
Yup, The Hornadys are very soft swaged bullets. Worked OK in some guns, leaded in others no matter the speed.
I resorted to using Lee liquid alox...
Bob Shell's blog on 30 Luger;
W231 gets used the most in my handgun calibers.
N340 would be if I could buy it locally.
People do it wrong all the time, which is why I would recommend keeping it simple with open sights unless you get those 1,000 draws on a regular...
That I agree with.
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